Muse strengthens team with three new appointments
Muse has made three new appointments across its London and Manchester offices to support its expanding portfolio of projects.
In London, Chris Coxall and David Williams have been appointed as senior project managers to support existing schemes in Swindon and Lewisham, and Canning Town and Basingstoke respectively. Both will contribute to securing further business.
Richard Robinson, who joins the North West from Muse’s London office will provide further support to the team which has recently expanded its investment in the region with high-profile schemes in Chester, Warrington and Stockport.
Joint managing director, Matt Crompton said: “Despite a challenging economic market this is a busy time for Muse. We have secure business in place and a development pipeline unfolding to underscore a successful and exciting future. We look forward to working with Chris, David and Richard to deliver our existing projects while providing the additional resource required to epand Muse’s portfolio.”
Muse Developments is one of the country's leading names in mixed-use development and urban regeneration. A national developer with regional operations in Manchester, Leeds, London and Glasgow. Muse is part of Morgan Sindall Group plc, a leading UK construction and regeneration group with revenue of over £2 billion which operates through five divisions of construction and infrastructure, affordable housing, fit out, urban regeneration and investments.
Chris Coxall will be based in Muse’s London office and will support existing schemes in Swindon and Lewisham. He has been involved in a broad range of development schemes across the south east, including re-development of the Aldermaston estate and mixed use development in Berkshire. Chris has previously worked at Brixton plc and the Easter Group and, most recently, ran his own project management consultancy.
David Williams will also be based in Muse’s London office and will support existing schemes in Canning Town and Basingstoke. David joins Muse from Davis Langdon where he has worked since 2004. He has led a large commercial team working on The Shard, and has also held a seat on the Board of the BCO in addition to chairing their NextGen committee in the south.
Richard Robinson moves from Muse’s London office where he was leading the delivery stage of phase 1 of the 680,000 sq ft mixed-use Vermilion development in Canning Town along with his active involvement in the south east.